Move Away Cases and Children

By: Wallin & Klarich

Through out the past years, factors in move away cases have been added and deleted from the court’s laundry list. Unless the move is prompted by absolute circumstances (ie: military move away), the court would like to ascertain the following: 1. Is there a detriment established by the distance of move (will the child’s relationship …

Posted In: Child Custody Issues

“I WANT TO MOVE AWAY WITH MY CHILD BUT MY EX WON’T LET ME – WHAT CAN I DO!?!”

By: Wallin & Klarich

In today’s society, it is becoming ever more common that children are raised by parents who live separate and apart. Add to that the drastically rising cost of living in many Southern California areas and you are left with many parents who want to move to another area and take their child or children with …

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Asking the Court to Allow You to Move Away from Area with Your Child

By: Wallin & Klarich

Once a divorce petition is filed, both parties are restrained from removing the child(ren) from the jurisdiction (area) without prior written consent of the other party. Let’s say you have recently filed for divorce and you now want to move to Hawaii with your two young children. If the other party (your spouse) is opposed …

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